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Experience the epic space strategy games that redefined the RTS genre. Control your fleet and build an armada across more than 30 single-player missions. Choose unit types, fleet formations and flight tactics for each strategic situation. Utilize advanced research to construct ships ranging from light fighters to huge carriers and everything in between. The Homeworld games have been painstakingly re-mastered with key members of the original development team and taking critical influence and assistance from the passionate fan community. The Homeworld Remastered Collection introduces Relics acclaimed space strategy games Homeworld and Homeworld 2 to modern players and operating systems using the newest sophisticated graphics rendering technology, plus a fully remastered score and new, high fidelity voice recordings by the original actors.
Optics: First Cream. Engine wonderfully optimized and runs wonderfully smoothly on my potato. Gameplay: It's the HW2 engine. Looks good, but it's a little too simple for me. HW1 placed more emphasis on draught and microphone. (Even if...
the tracking ship is in HW1Classic OP. )
Before 2. 0:
The campaign of the classic simply looks great thanks to the polished HW2 engine. The details of the classic Taiidan/Kushan ships make my nostalgia sensors braise. Unfortunately, the tactical aspect of the HW2 engine suffers. Hunters shoot like liver cirhotics at the shooting festival and harvesters magnetically stick to the asteroids. . . like the harvesters of HW2. Such moments destroy immersion. Formations were Chicken***** because they flew apart during the attack. Skirmishes with classic breeds were a test of patience.
After 2. 0:
The hunters are now more capable, the HW1 races can now stink against HW2 races.
Da hardly anyone plays what makes me depressed anymore. Either my Internet is completely weak or no one plays a trick anymore. (Howl)
Conclusion: Solid RTS. HW1Classic needs an urgent comp update because Win10 spoils everything
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